1998 Bayliner 37′ 3788 Command Bridge MY Asking $40,000.00

Vessel Specifications

Propulsion

  • Engine Make: Merc 7.4l
  • Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Horse Power: 310
  • Hours Port: 269
  • Hours Starboard: 260

Accommodations

Sleeps Six

Two in the forward stateroom on a queen berth

Two In the Mid Cabin berth

Two on a sofa that pulls

Galley

Double Stainless Steal

Fresh Water

Hot Water

Three Burner Electric Princess Stove

Goldstar Microwave

Uline Ice Maker

Head

Electric Head

Y Valve

Mascerator

Shower/ Bath Tub

Sink

Pressure Water

Hot Water

Navigation & Electronics

Nav Lights

Anchor Lights

Electrical &Safety

Westerbeke 7.0 KW Gen  226 hours

16000 BTU Marine A/C

12000 BTU Marine A/C

(2) 30amp Power cord

(3) Batteries

2021 Pro Mariner 30 amp battery Charger

30 Amp Trace Inverter

Fire extinguisher

Life Jackets

Halon

Fog Bell

Fume Detector

Deck/Hull

Hardtop over cockpit

Bimini

Radar Arch

Swim Platform

Swim Ladder

Fender Racks

Windlass

Anchor

Anchor line

Speed 

Cruise 18 knots

Top speed 28 knots

Weight & Dimensions

Length…………………………… 38’6″
Beam…………………………….. 13’4″
Draft……………………………… 2’11”
Weight……………………… 20,000#
Fuel………………………….250 gals.

Tanks

Water……………………….100 gals.
Waste…………………………30 gals.
Headroom……………………….. 6’5″
Hull Type……………….. Modified-V
Deadrise Aft………………………10°

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Contact Us 1998 37 Bayliner 3788

  • Year: 1998
  • Current Price: US $40,000
  • Located in Baltimore, MD
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas

DESCRIPTION

Priced to sell,Aside from her modern, contemporary lines and a long list of standard equipment, the most notable feature about the Bayliner 3788 Motor Yacht was her extremely affordable price. Indeed, she was one of the least expensive family cruisers of her size and type available during her production years. She was constructed on a lightweight, solid fiberglass hull with low transom deadrise and a wide beam. Her two-stateroom, galley-up floorplan is efficiently arranged with a queen berth in the forward stateroom and a double berth in the small second cabin that extends below the standard lower helm. A bathtub is fitted in the head compartment, and the engine room (accessed via two gas-assist salon hatches) provides good service access to the motors. Outside, the cockpit is small but the side decks are wide and safe. On the downside, the flybridge ladder is very steep. Because of her shallow transom deadrise and wide beam, the 3788 can be a hard ride when the seas pick up. Standard 7.4-liter gas inboards cruise at 18 knots (about 28 knots top), and twin 250hp Cummins diesels cruise at 18–20 knots with a top speed of about 24 knots. Note that an updated Bayliner 3788 model came out in 2001. 1996–99 Bayliner 3788 Motor Yacht